BEST WESTERN Park Crest Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lookout over the ocean so we bought a coffee and perched ourselves on a table outside to lap up the views.
We continued on to Fisherman’s Wharf, which was lined with seafood restaurants, all trying to entice people in with free samples of chowder. It looked like everyone was just taking advantage of the free food and moving onto the next one…. you could get a complete free lunch out of it! We were more interested in the sea life and there was so ...
... were behind a glass partition, but we could see them and hear the commentary from a man out the front who asked questions of one of the keepers.
Karen led us to her favourite section the jellyfish.
Now I was pretty impressed with the displays, and I certainly learned a lot about different species. Some huge and others a speck. Colourful to ...
... paces and loved it! We did have a slight test to overcome when we discovered there was a nail in one of the tyres which needed removing and sorting out. But we successfully passed this test with the help of a local garage for just 20 dollars, and a slightly embarrassing moment beforehand with the roadside assistance whose first question was 'have you checked for a spare tyre?' Obvious question, but we hadn't thought to check. Who knew? Very helpful life lesson learnt there, thank you ...
... the world. Once inside the aquarium, we decided to first visit the sea otters. We watched as they playfully shimmied in and out of the water, tugged on toys, chewed on ice chips, and rubbed their bellies. Then we filed into the theater to see a special program on the creatures of the deep underwater canyon just off the coast of Monterey. After learning about things like the Angler Fish and the amazing Vampire Squid, we jetted to ...
... you, I’d drive all the way back there for another plate of those golden pieces of goodness. We paid our tab, and hit the road once again. One thing you should know, in the community of Pebble Beach. they have what they call, ‘the 17 mile drive’, in which, you drive all around the grounds, get majestic ocean views and look at houses that you can only dream of living in, I’m now making a plan on how I can be a member of the exclusive ‘Pebble ...